19 Sackville Street Port Fairy

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PORT FAIRY TREASURE

A landmark Port Fairy building is on the market with the former home of the National Australia Bank (NAB) up for sale.
Located on the corner of Sackville and Cox Streets, the property is for sale by expressions of interest.
It is being sold by agents Lockett Real Estate Port Fairy and Brian O'Halloran & Co. Warrnambool.
The zone site is approximately 1206m2, with freehold featuring land frontage to Cox Street of 26.51m and Sackville Street 45.5m.
The stone building has huge potential.
The sale of this property represents an outstanding opportunity for buyers with vision to purchase a magnificent two storey period stone building in the highly sought after heart of Port Fairy's CBD. The ground floor space would be suitable for a cafe, restaurant or accommodation. Upstairs first floor has three bedrooms, bathrooms, living and balance of downstairs formal area, which is currently being run as an art gallery and wine bar comprising living, dining and kitchen.
There is an adjacent vacant allotment of approximately 600m2 off Sackville Street which is also zoned commercial and could be developed further.
The original building was built pre-1900's and began trading as the Colonial Bank of Australasia in 1911-12. It changed its name to the National Australia Bank in 1923-1924.
Vendor Terms will be considered to an approved purchaser.
To inspect contact conjunctional selling agents Paula Dwyer 0438 681 201 or 5568 2458 Lockett Real Estate or Brian Hancock 0408 529 580 or Brian O'Halloran & Co 5562 4777.
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Property ID: 3337935

Paula Dwyer

Paula Dwyer

0438 681 201

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Contact Office

Lockett and Co. Real Estate

62 Sackville Street

PORT FAIRY 3284

T 03 5568 2458

F 03 5568 2043

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